Thanks for your response Guy.
I have seen a couple of examples on Youtube (only works in certain browsers and Android) where the audio does seem to follow the orientation - this could just be a trick of the mind and actually be surround sound as you suggest though.
you can mount your Nikon glass to EOS mount via an adapter, there are adapters for both Nikon F and G mounts
Do you have any audio to sync to on the camera?
If you have a bit of audio (all be it with some issues) you could throw it into Pluraleyes sync it and then bring it back into Premiere.
Pretty sure you can still download a free 30day trial too
Hi Lee you say you'll be working in Asia in small rural communities, is that just b-roll or is it a more documentary set up?
If it is more documentary I would suggest going down the dedicated video camera route with the luxury of built in ND's, decent sound & monitoring.
Something small and compact like the new Sony fs5 or Canon C100 maybe?
I recently did a job where I had to dig out my old Canon 5D III for a B camera and I couldn't believe how much it slowed me down throughout the day having to build it up and dismantle it every time we changed location, multiple batteries for monitor and audio recorder and having to dig out the vari ND every time we went outside
I have both the NTG2 and NTG3 that I use with C100 / C300 in a run and gun style set up, the NTG3 is head and shoulders better and well worth the extra!
Also from memory Dave Dugdale did a comparison video with the Video Mic Pro and the NTG2 and came to the conclusion that they used the same (or very similar) internals just re-housed
Hi sorry there weren't any projectors I was just using that as an example of the kind of flicker I was getting.
The lighting set up was a mixture of old school looking par cans, a couple of multicoloured LED lamps and a gobo